Jump to navigation
You are here Home Search Performing Arts Search Search
Terry Pratchett's Nation broadcast live from the National Theatre in London to a screen near you - in the QFT, to be precise
Tammy Moore talks with actor Gerard Logan about Doctor Who and the Rape of Lucrece
Across the UK celebrities ears start to burn as Elvis McGonagall takes the stage at the Black Box.
Guy Masterson and Rebecca Vaughn emancipate Austen's Women in this powerful theatre adaptation
Eddie Mullan finds out what all the noise is about down at the Waterfront
Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure announce £1.1 million budget cuts
The Lyric jump on the blood-drinking bandwagon
The Academy Award-nominated actress prepares to tread the boards in Belfast. Click Play Audio for a podcast interview
Maggie Cronin returns to punk-era London for a spot of soul searching
The comedy anarchist deflowers Tammy Moore's e-reader
Playwright Moira Buffini on writing big stories for little people
Holocaust survivor and choreographer leaves behind an inspirational legacy
Five students on the 2010 theatre criticism course give their verdicts on five different productions
It's the most successful percussive dance show in the world. But founder Luke Cresswell would rather be at a rave
Lyric's postmodern panto forgets about the children
Jane Coyle on the highlights of the year
One half of comedy duo Grimes and McKee on being the last actor to voice Gerry Adams, instigating a duel between Carravaggio and Morrissey and having beef with Interflora
'There’s a real vibrancy in Belfast now... South Africa and Northern Ireland are the big success stories.'
Veteran 'adult entertainers' turn the Waterfront and the Ulster Hall into 'politically correct-free zones'
Red Lemon bring the curtain down on OMAC in style
Eamon Friel enjoys Scott Marshall's debut at the Derry Playhouse
Grimes and McKee's Christmas show has Joe Nawaz roaring with laughter
'Poignant, painful and painfully funny' - Joe Nawaz warms to an engaging portrayal of modern gay men
The hirsute comedian brings his Remarkable Guide to the Orchestra to Belfast
The kids are alright in the latest production from Tinderbox
Belfast-based charity Music Theatre 4 Youth win award for outstanding voluntary contribution
Aussie comic Adam Hills arrives with an edgy, feel-good show
Politics and the workplace provide unequal inspiration at the Belfast Festival
Meet the acclaimed playwright ahead of new Tinderbox production Sleep Eat Party and his 'Ballycastle nativity', Stars
Garbhan Downey is unimpressed by skull-smashing in Strabane
Joe Nawaz finds plenty to scream about in Cahoots' nerve-shredding production
Sigarev's new Russia gets lost in translation
William Crawley on the importance of artistic representation in the fight for human rights. Click Play Audio to listen to a panel discussion, chaired by Crawley, following a performance in the Grand Opera House
Kabosh present a 'touching portrayal of the history of Belfast's jewish community'
The musical dramatist on loving London, reading music and the inspiration of education
'As far as I'm concerned, if you eat fish and you say you're a vegetarian you've got the exact same principles as the Nazis.'
Unrequited love plays out against a turbulent period in French history, including the costumes, the moves, and of course that enlarged nose
Playwright Gavin Kostick on writing about a community close to extinction. Watch a video tour of the Belfast Synagogue below, led by Adrian Levy
Standing on a plinth in Trafalgar Square was the experience of a lifetime for Belfast filmmaker Tom Magill. Watch a video of Tom's appearance below
'An unsettling, magnificent production that fizzes with imagination.'
Prime Cut's new production brings Russia to life on the Irish stage once again
Witches on stilts, motorbikes and imperial murder on an industrial wasteland. Teatr Biuro Podrozy’s Macbeth is Shakespeare with a carbon twist
Ransom's controverisal new production delivers 'a badly needed shot of ambiguity'
The Lyric's temporary home at the Elmwood Hall is a fitting setting for Martin McDonagh's bleak, brilliant play
'Sexual innuendo and risqué ribaldry stalk the stage like a pair of inappropriately greased badgers'
Controversial Scottish play tackles football, identity and sectarianism
The Nobel Laureate comes to Belfast as the new Lyric Theatre reaches a memorable milestone. Video below, featuring music composed and played by Neil Martin
Founder and artistic director of Cahoots NI on not being Harry Potter and never leaving the house without a magic book in hand
Watch videos of the launch of the festival programme at QFT
Peter Geoghegan enjoys two moments of magic from the playwright's extensive back catalogue
Director and actress duo Sam and Joan McCready on bringing dancer Helen Lewis's Holocaust survival memoir to the stage. Click Play Audio for a podcast interview
An undemanding night of amusement from the Irish TV star
Roald Dahl's tale of childer-eating giants arrives in Belfast's Grand Opera House
A product of the Write on the Edge theatre course, the 21-year old writer on audience feedback, her frustration with Troubles plays and the benefits of many hot baths
Martin Lynch and Charabanc Theatre Company take a trip down memory lane
Four fun-size slices of comic theatre from C21
Kabosh’s play in a taxi graduates from the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival to Feile An Phobail
The second of two rehearsed readings is evidence that Ransom Theatre Company's innovative writing project is paying dividends
The playwright looks forward to A Night With George at Féile an Phobail. Click Play Video for a podcast interview
Neil Hannon, Mary McAleese, Mark Steel and more at Ireland's largest community arts festival. Click Play Audio for a podcast with festival director Sean Paul O'Hare Pages